Giorgi Kantaria


He was born on April 29, 1983, in Tbilisi.
In 2005 he graduated from the Shota Rustaveli Theatre and Film Georgia State University, Faculty of Acting and Theatre Directing, Medea Kuchukhidze’s workshop.

Since 2005 up to present he works as an assistant professor at the Shota Rustaveli Theatre and Film Georgia State University, where he has staged the number of performances such as:

John Osborne “Look Back in Anger”, Director, 2019
J.B. Priestley – “Laburnum Grove”, Director, 2018
Arthur Miller – “A View from the Bridge”, Director, 2017
Anton Chekhov – “The Seagull”, Assistant Director, 2016
Maurice Maeterlinck – “The Burgomaster of Stilemonde”, Assistant Director, 2015
Eduardo De Filippo – “Side Street Story”, Assistant Director, 2014
J.B. Priestley – “When We Are Married”, Director, 2011
David Kldiashvili – “Irina’s Happiness”, Director, 2010
Arthur Miller – “A Memory of Two Mondays”, Assistant Director, 2007

At Sokhumi State Drama Theatre he directed The Bastards, based on The Lonesome West by Martin McDonagh, text adaptation: Zurab Samadashvili, director: Giorgi Kantaria (2017).

He has staged various productions in numerous Georgian theatres, such as Rustavi Theatre, Nodar Dumbadze Professional State Youth Theatre, Akhmeteli State Drama Theatre.

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